Tennis

7:30 PM ET ESPN News Services The ATP is offering mental health support to players by partnering with a group founded by former England and Arsenal soccer player Tony Adams. The men’s professional tennis tour said it will be working with Adams’ Sporting Chance to provide a 24-7 helpline with therapists. 1 Related The tour
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9:04 AM ET D’Arcy MaineESPNW Writer Across the NCAA, seniors were left asking “What if?” in March, after the coronavirus pandemic canceled the remaining winter and spring sporting events. Here are the stories that show the sudden, complicated, controversial and emotional endings athletes have been coming to grips with over the past few weeks. On
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7:00 AM ET “This sport has a way of making you feel irrelevant while at the same time giving you this sense of entitlement … Chances are if you were once ‘talk of the town,’ that will quickly diminish over time.”— Noah Rubin, Behind The Racquet AS THE CLOCK crept toward midnight and the winds
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1:35 PM ET Associated Press World TeamTennis CEO Carlos Silva says the league is “still on track for July 12” to open its three-week season and is hoping to select a site this week.a telephone interview Monday with the AP that four cities are “in the mix.” He mentioned Texas and Florida as possible host
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10:56 AM ET Associated Press The International Tennis Hall of Fame’s 2020 induction ceremony for Goran Ivanisevic and Conchita Martinez won’t be held, and the annual men’s grass-court Hall of Fame Open tournament has been canceled. Kim Clijsters and Andy Roddick, looking at trophies inside the Tennis Hall of Fame, were inducted in 2017. However
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9:43 AM ET Novak Djokovic has said he believes he will win the most Grand Slam titles and become the longest-reigning world No. 1 by the time he retires. The Serb has won 17 Grand Slam titles — two less Rafa Nadal and three fewer than Roger Federer — and said he has no doubt
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